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I've been trying the method of always being there for them. If they are hurt or upset I try and comfort them as much as I am able. I see a lot of value to instilling the sense that no matter how bad it gets mom will always be there for you. My 5 year old DS started preschool in August and his teachers have always had great things to say about how well he does with balancing taking care of himself and looking out for others too.
I think that may be my real problem as I see them showing me that they can't calm themselves - I am realizing that I don't necessarily know how to do this myself...and be a role model. does that make any sense?
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